NEWS.md
(update request by CRAN)
bs()
to avoid warning in CMD check when run on older version of R where splines::bs()
did not yet have the argument warn.outside
.md_pattern()
has an additional argument sort_columns
to provide the option to switch off the sorting of columns by number of missing values.sum_duration()
: new function to get sum of computational time across chains, phases, runs, …formula()
now also return the model formula when add_samples()
is used.JM_imp()
with ordinal longitudinal outcome is not using the correct version of the linear predictor in the quadrature procedure approximating the integral in the survival.monitor_params(imps = TRUE)
in survival models fixed.predDF()
: bugfix for models including auxiliary variables (which were previously not included into the data)nonprop
: bugfix for non-proportional effects in covariate modelsadd_samples()
will now result in the call
element of a JointAI
object being a list
and no longer a nested list.comp_info
element of fitted JointAI
object has changed due to the changes in parallel computing, and computational time is not reported separately for the adaptive phase and the sampling phase, and separately per chain when parallel computation was used.predict()
is now a lot faster for proportional hazards models.custom
: new argument in the main analysis functions that allows the user to replace the JAGS syntax for sub-models with custom syntax. The argument expects a named list where the names are the names of the variables for which the custom model will be used. This feature requires some knowledge of JAGS syntax.append_data_list
: new argument in the main analysis functions that allows the user to add elements to the list of data that is passed to JAGS. This may be necessary for custom sub-models.rd_vcov
: new argument in the main analysis functions that allows the specification of the structure of the random effects variance-covariance matrices in (multivariate) mixed models (and joint models).plot_all()
not displaying the variable name in the message shown for character string variables.set_refcat()
: wasn’t displaying the factor labels correctlyprint.JointAI
: bugfix for multivariate mixed models with full variance-covariance matrix of the random effects that had the same number of random effects for each outcome, for which the printing of this matrix resulted in an error.rd_vcov()
: new function added to extract the random effect variance- covariance matrices (posterior means)*_imp()
functions from within another function that has the model formula as an argument.data_list
: omit data matrix M_*
from data_list
if ncol == 0
data_list
: syntax to checking which pos_*
to include can handle the case with multiple grouping variables being on the same, lowest level; before pos_*
was excluded for only one of themadd_samples()
: remove unnecessary call to doFuture::registerDoFuture()
predDF()
bug fix: the parameter for all methods is now called object
list_models()
now also works for errored JointAI objectsThis version of JointAI contains some major changes. To extend the package it was necessary to change the internal structure and it was not possible to assure backward compatibility.
betareg_imp()
: beta regressionbetamm_imp()
: beta mixed modellognorm_imp()
: log-normal regression modellognormmm_imp()
: log-normal mixed modelmlogit_imp()
: multinomial logit modelmlogitmm_imp()
: multinomial mixed modelJM_imp()
: joint model for longitudinal and survival dataIt is now possible to fit hierarchical models with more than one level of grouping, with nested as well as crossed random effects (check the help file) of the main model function for details on how to specify such random effects structures.
This does also apply to survival models, i.e., it is possible to specify a random effects structure to model survival outcomes in data with a hierarchical structure, e.g., in a multi-centre setting.
coxph_imp()
can now handle time-dependent covariates using last-observation-carried-forward. This requires to add (1 | <id variable>)
to the model formula to identify which rows belong to the same subject, and to specify the argument timevar
to identify the variable that contains the observation time of the longitudinal measurements.
By providing a list of model formulas it is possible to fit multiple analysis models (of different types) simultaneously. The models can share covariates and it is possible to have the response of one model as covariate in another model (in a sequential manner, however, not circular).
As before, proportional odds are assumed by default for all covariates of a cumulative logit model. The argument nonprop
accepts a one-sided formula or a named list of one-sided formulas in which the covariates are specified for which non-proportional odds should be assumed.
Additionally, the argument rev
is available to specify a vector of names of ordinal responses for which the odds should be inverted. For details, see the the help file.
lmer_imp()
and glmer_imp()
are aliases for lme_imp()
and glme_imp()
.fixed
and random
) as well as using specification as in lme4 (with a combined model formula for fixed and random effects).df_basehaz
in coxph_imp()
and JM_imp()
allows setting the number of degrees of freedom in the B-spline basis used to model the baseline hazard.options("contrasts")
is no longer ignored. For completely observed covariates, any of the contrasts available in base R are possible and options("contrasts")
is used to determine which contrasts to use. For covariates with missing values, effect coding (contr.sum
) and dummy coding (contr.treatment
) are possible. This means that for completely observed ordered factors the default is contr.poly
, but for incomplete ordered factors the default is contr.treatment
.summary()
, the argument multivariate
to the function GR_crit()
is now set to FALSE
to avoid issues. The multivariate version can still be obtained by using GR_crit()
directly.coxph_imp()
and JM_imp()
are monitored automatically when “analysis_main = TRUE”.get_models()
is no longer exported because it now requires more input variables and is no longer convenient to use. To obtain the default specification of the model types use one of the main functions (*_imp()
), set n.adapt = 0
(and n.iter = 0
), and obtain the model types as <mymodel>$models
.list_models()
now returns information on all sub-models, including the main analysis models (previously it included only information on covariates).parameters()
has changed. The function returns a list of matrices, one per analysis model, with information on the response variable, response category, name of the regression coefficient and its associated covariate.missinfo = TRUE
in summar()
adds information on the missing values in the data involved in a JointAI model (number and proportion of complete cases, number and proportion of missing values per variable).ridge
has changed to shrinkage
. If shrinkage = "ridge"
, a ridge prior is used for all regression coefficients in all sub-models. If a vector of response variable names is provided to shinkage
, ridge priors are only used for the coefficients in these models.default_hyperpars()
: The default hyper-parameters for random effects are no longer provided as a function but more consistently with the hyper-parameters for other model parts, as a vector (within the list of all hyper-parameters).default_hyperpars()
: the default number of degrees of freedom in the Wishart distribution used for the inverse of the random effects covariance matrix is now the number of random effects + 1 (was the number of random effects before).
seed
in JointAI is now only local, i.e., in functions in which set.seed()
is called, the random number generator state .Random.seed
before setting the seed is recorded, and re-set to that value on exiting the function.predDF()
the argument var
has changed to vars
and expects a formula. This extends the functionality of predDF()
to let multiple variables vary.JointAI
object have changed. Potentially relevant for users:
JointAI
objects now contain information on the computational time and environment they were run in: the element comp_info
contains the time-stamp the model was fitted, the duration of the computation, the JointAI version number and the R session info.jagsmodel
.warn
and mess
now also affect the output of rjags.future::plan()
for how the “future” should be handled. As a consequence, the arguments parallel
and n.cores
are no longer used. Information on the setting that was used with regards to parallel computation is returned in a JointAI object
via comp_list$future
.clmm
covariate model when there are no baseline covariates in the modelnewdata
for predict()
that does not contain the outcome variableadd_samples()
: calculation of end()
of MCMC samples fixedadd_samples()
when used in parallel with thinning fixedpredict()
can now handle newdata
with missing outcome values; predicted values for cases with missing covariates are NA
(prediction with incomplete covariates is planned to be implemented in the future)get_MIdat()
and plot_imp_distr()
when only one variable has missing valuesncores
has changed to n.cores
for consistency with n.iter
, n.chains
, etc.coxph_imp()
does no longer use a counting process implementation but uses the likelihood in JAGS directly via the zeros trickpredict()
now has an argument length
to change number of evaluation pointssummary()
, predict()
, traceplot()
, densplot()
, GR_crit()
, MC_error()
now have an argument exclude_chains
that allows to specify chains that should be omittedcitation()
now refers to a manuscript on arXivglmm_lognorm
available to impute level-1 covariates with a log-normal mixed modelresiduals()
and plot()
available for (some of the) main analysis types (details see documentation)models
added to get_models()
so that the user can specify to also include models for complete covariates (which are then positioned in the sequence of models according to the systematic used in JointAI). Specification of a model not needed for imputation prints a notification.JointAI
objects (most types) now also include residuals and fitted values (so far, only using fixed effects)Xl
is no longer included in data_list
when it is not used in the modelsubset
when specified as vectorsummary
: range of iterations is printed correctly now when argument end
is usedsummary()
calls GR_crit()
with argument autoburnin = FALSE
unless specified otherwise via ...
inits
is specified as a function, the function is evaluated and the resulting list passed to JAGS (previously the function was passed to JAGS)simong
and simWide
have changed (more variables, less subjects)imp_pars = TRUE
(when user specified via monitor_params
or subset
)survreg_imp
the sign of the regression coefficient is now opposite to match the one from survreg
add_samples()
: bug that copied the last chain to all other chains fixedXc
, so that specification of functions of covariates in auxiliary variables works betterdensplot()
issue (all plots showed all lines) fixedplot_all()
, densplot()
, and traceplot()
limit the number of plots on one page to 64 when rows and columns of the layout are not user specified (to avoid the ‘figure margins too large’ error)longDF
example data: new version containing complete and incomplete categorical longitudinal variables (and variable names L1 and L2 changed to c1 and c2)list_impmodels()
changed to list_models()
(but list_impmodels()
is kept as an alias for now)clm_imp()
and clmm_imp()
: new functions for analysis of ordinal (mixed) models
coxph_imp()
: new function to fit Cox proportional hazards models with incomplete (baseline) covariatesno_model
allows to specify names of completely observed variables for which no model should be specified (e.g., “time” in a mixed model)ridge = TRUE
allows to use shrinkage priors on the precision of the regression coefficients in the analysis modelplot_all()
can now handle variables from classes Date
and POSIXt
parallel
allows different MCMC chains to be sampled in parallelncores
allows to specify the maximum number of cores to be usedseed
added for reproducible results; also a sampler (.RNG.name
) and seed value for the sampler (.RNG.seed
) are set or added to user-provided initial values (necessary for parallel sampling and reproducibility of results)plot_imp_distr()
: new function to plot distribution of observed and imputed valuesRinvD
is no longer selected to be monitored in random intercept model (RinvD
is not used in such a model)summary()
: reduced default number of digitsmeth
now uses default values if only specified for subset of incomplete variablesget_MIdat()
: argument minspace
added to ensure spacing of iterations selected as imputationsdensplot()
: accepts additional options, e.g., lwd
, col
, …list_models()
replaces the function list_impmodels()
(which is now an alias)coef()
method added for JointAI
object and summary.JointAI
objectconfint()
method added for JointAI
objectprint()
method added for JointAI
objectsurvreg_imp()
added to perform analysis of parametric (Weibull) survival modelsglme_imp()
added to perform generalized linear mixed modellingtraceplot()
, densplot()
: specification of nrow
AND ncol
possible; fixed bug when only nrow
specifiedcontrast.arg
that now in some cases cause error# JointAI 0.3.2 |
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# JointAI 0.3.1 |
## Bug fixes * plot_all() uses correct level-2 %NA in title * simWide : case with no observed bmi values removed * traceplot() , densplot() : ncol and nrow now work with use_ggplot = TRUE * traceplot() , densplot() : error in specification of nrow fixed * densplot() : use of color fixed * functions with argument subset now return random effects covariance matrix correctly * summary() displays output with row name when only one node is returned and fixed display of D matrix * GR_crit() : Literature reference corrected * predict() : prediction with varying factor fixed * no scaling for variables involved in a function to avoid problems with re-scaling |
## Minor changes * plot_all() uses xpd = TRUE when printing text for character variables * list_impmodels() uses line break when output of predictor variables exceeds getOption("width") * summary() now displays tail-probabilities for off-diagonal elements of D * added option to show/hide constant effects of auxiliary variables in plots * predict() : now also returns newdata extended with prediction |
monitor_params
is now checked to avoid problems when only part of the main parameters is selectedmd.pattern()
now uses ggplot, which scales better than the previous versionlm_imp()
, glm_imp()
and lme_imp()
now ask about overwriting a model fileanalysis_main = T
stays selected when other parameters are followed as wellget_MIdat()
: argument include
added to select if original data are included and id variable .id
is added to the datasetsubset
argument uses same logit as monitor_params
argumentlm_imp()
, glm_imp()
and lme_imp()
now take argument trunc
in order to truncate the distribution of incomplete variablessummary()
now omits auxiliary variables from the outputimp_par_list
is now returned from JointAI modelscat_vars
is no longer returned from lm_imp()
, glm_imp()
and lme_imp()
, because it is contained in Mlist$refs
plot_all()
function addeddensplot()
and traceplot()
optional with ggplotdensplot()
option to combine chains before plottingNHANES
, simLong
and simWide
addedlist_impmodels
to print information on the imputation models and hyper-parametersparameters()
added to display the parameters to be/that were monitoredset_refcat()
added to guide specification of reference categoriesmd_pattern()
: does not generate duplicate plot any moreget_MIdat()
: imputed values are now filled in in the correct orderget_MIdat()
: variables imputed with lognorm
are now included when extracting an imputed datasetget_MIdat()
: imputed values of transformed variables are now included in imputed datasetsmeth
argument